Registration for MassPRC's January 14, 2020 Community Conversation

Promoting Recovery in Adult Community Clinical Services requires all staff to work within their areas of expertise, toward a common goal.  While this is likely understood, the reality is that the disciplines of Peer/Family Partner/Recovery Coach and Clinician operate within their own credentials/licensure, having experienced different preservice training, often speaking different "languages", and occupying very differing roles within the contracted service.  MassPRC applauds the Department of Mental Health for requiring both peers and licensed clinicians to work side by side in this service, but providers are likely to benefit from efforts to share experience about how these orientations are learning to work together to enhance the recovery of people served within the model.

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* 1. Please help us understand our audience by designating your relationship to DMH's Adult Community Clinical Services

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* 2. My agency Affiliation (if applicable)

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* 3. Registration Information

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* 4. WIll you want CEU in any of the following categories?

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* 5. Do you need sign language interpretation (if registering before January 7th) or other accommodations?

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* 6. What is a question or comment you'd hope to have addressed within this conversation?

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